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KOGUI

WILD PREMIUM COFFEE OVERVIEW

The Kogui Wild Premium coffee has a process based on their original belief system, which is guided and ordered by Kogui spiritual leaders, called “Mamos.”

Coffee farms in the autonomous indigenous Kogui territory are holistic agroforestry coffee plantations with healthy wild production which grow in harmony with all the other crops required for the community’s nourishment.

Their coffee farming practices represent the synthesis of a spiritual belief system, integrated with forest and food production, and therein guiding land stewardship, livelihood generation, as well as environmental and cultural conservation. The purpose of the sale of Kogui Coffee is to share this spiritual message with the rest of the world, the “Hermanos Menores” (“little brothers”).

WILD COFFEE

Harvest:

Height:

Varieties:

October to January
500- 1700 meters above sea level Gesha
Arábica (Castillo, Caturro, Colombia, Típica)
CUP PROFILE
Body:
Flavor:
Acidity:
Aroma:
Variety:
Origin:
Dry/Thin, Balanced
Caramel
Sweet Citrus
Intense
Wild-Grown Arábica
Colombia, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

SUPERNATURAL
WILD PREMIUM

COFFEE

Harvest:

Height:

Varieties:

October to January

500 – 1700 meters above sea level

Arábica (Castillo, Caturro, Colombia, Típica)

CUP PROFILE

Body:

Flavor:

Acidity:

Aroma:

Variety:

Origin:


Harvest:

Altitude:

Dry/thin, balanced

Caramel

Sweet citrus

Intense

Wild-grown Arabica

Colombia, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

October to January

From 500masl to 1700masl (sourcing from micro-lots above 1,000 masl)

ARHUACO

WILD

COFFEE

Unlike the Kogi, the Arhuaco or Iku people practice cattle raising as their main economic activity.

However, the community’s diet is complemented by agriculture, which has coffee as its main production and is also grown wild, in harmony
with other foods, free of chemicals or insecticides.

The Arhuaco also follow the ancestral “Law of Origin”, by which they intend to generate the least possible impact on nature through several spiritual practices such as “asking permission” to plant, “consulting” the spiritual authorities or “Mamos” about their planting process and performing “pagamentos” or offerings to restore the natural balance.

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WILD PREMIUM

COFFEE

Harvest:

Height:

Varieties:

September to March

1000 – 2300 meters above sea level

Arábica (Castillo, Caturro, Colombia, Típica)

CUP PROFILE

Fragance/Aroma:

Final Taste:

Sweetness:

Acidity:

Body:

Notes:

SCA Score:

Chocolatem nuts

Delicate, Clean

Medium – High

Medium – Low

Creamy

Sweet, good body

84.5+

Harvest:

Height:

Varieties:

September to March
1000- 2300 meters above sea level
Arábica (Castillo, Caturro, Colombia, Típica)
CUP PROFILE
Fragance/Aroma:
Final Taste:
Sweetness:
Acidity:
Body:
Notes:
SCA Score:
Chocolate, Nuts
Delicate, Clean
Medium – High
Medium – Low
Creamy
Sweet, Good Body
88+

CERTIFIED BY.

certificados